Maryland Lawmaker Introduces Bill To Educate Youth On Potential Risks Of GamblingA Maryland bill that would allow lessons on the risks associated with gambling — including addiction prevention — to be added to the high school health curriculum passed in the state Senate on Feb. 21.
Maryland Lawmakers Seek Repeal Of Vote To Expand GamblingState analysts project Maryland's six casinos will generate about $1.8 billion in gross gambling revenue in fiscal year 2021.
Bill To Legalize Online Sports Betting In The Works For MarylandLegalized sports betting lives to fight another day. 
Baltimore's Horseshoe Casino Shows Off $15M Expansion Of Outdoor Gaming AreaWhile it may be nearly winter, that didn't stop Baltimore's Horseshoe Casino from unveiling its new $15 million outdoor entertainment space on Thursday.
Maryland Lottery, Casino Contributions Set New Record In Fiscal Year 2019Maryland's lottery and casinos contributed a record $1.311 billion to the state in fiscal year 2019, the state lottery and gaming agency said Monday.
Lawsuit After 2 Casinos Couldn't Take March Madness BetsA casino operator is suing a tech company after a contract dispute shuttered its sports betting platform at two West Virginia casinos ahead of the NCAA Tournament.
Maryland Explores Quick Way To Approve Sports BettingMaryland lawmakers are exploring a quick way to approve sports betting this year, but it's unclear if they will be able to do it without voter approval in 2020.
Top Montgomery County Economic Development Official Pleads GuiltyThe man admitted to embezzling $6.7 million in funds meant to spur the local economy and instead used the money to feed his gambling addiction.
Maryland Casinos Hit Jackpot, Win Gamble On GrowthCasinos in Maryland are gambling on growth – and winning. The boom is paying off in more ways than one.
Maryland Ranks As 13th Most Gambling-Addicted StateMaryland ranked 13th in the country for most gambling-addicted state, according to a study.
Car Accident Sends Money Flying Across An Illinois InterstateAn interstate in Illinois closed while police picked up hundreds of dollars in cash.